|April 24, 2013, 09:43||
Problem with periodicity
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Poland, Gdynia
Posts: 4Rep Power: 5
I'm having a problem with defining periodicity in my geometry. My geometry is very simple, you can see it here:
It's a part of the Tesla's rotor. I consider only 1/10 of the rotor, so in the Global Mesh Setup->Set up Periodicity I've set the base at (0 0 0), the direction of the axis of rotation (0 0 1) and the angle 36 degrees.
And some info about the volume meshing parameters:
mesh type: tetra/mixed
mesh metod: Robust
When I'm trying to generate mesh I get the following error:
|April 29, 2013, 08:43||
Join Date: Jun 2011
Posts: 1,147Rep Power: 16
Dear Zyryx, do you still face the problem? Since your geometry is that simple, why don't you use hexa/structured meshing? What do you use for solving?
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